The love affair with rose quartz (both the stone and the Pantone Color of the Year) is real. A soft pink that is so traditionally bridal, it's a beautiful engagement ring for ladies that appreciate classic romance.
The best things about rose quartz wedding ideas is how easy they are to achieve. When you have a bevy of bridesmaids, why not put them in pretty pink dresses to match your bouquets? With so many gorgeous pink flowers, such as peonies and ranunculus, a rose quartz-hued bridal party is a natural complement.
Of course, if you are gaga for pink, go with a rose quartz wedding dress. But if you want just a flash of pink on your walk down the aisle, these Badgley Mischka stunners are an excellent alternative.
Particularly if you aren't planning on wearing your veil over your face, a pink veil is the perfect pop of color against a pristine white gown.
For tablescapes that incorporate rose quartz wedding ideas, use a combination of table runners and flowers to create a dreamy effect. This example used Pantone's other chosen color for 2016, serenity blue.
Pop a bottle of rosé to create beautifully pink cocktails that are ideal for a rose quartz bridal shower or wedding. We also love the chic effect of the pink drink in a gold-rimmed glass.
Remember the wedding in Steel Magnolias with its color palette of "blush and bashful"? Put that pink-and-more-pink wedding to shame by using rose quartz with brighter pink hues to create a lively scheme.
Merge the rose quartz palette with the agate details trend with these darling calligraphy place cards. Bordered in a sparkling pink, they are a definite attention grabber.
Thanks to the amazing rose quartz details on this modern creation, this wedding cake was the conversation piece of the event.
Your guests will be grateful that no sweet treat matches a rose quartz color palette quite like cotton candy. Hire a truck or make your own for a delightful treat for friends and family of all ages.